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The 2020 LinkedIn Top Startups Singapore list reveals 10 young companies that are emerging, or have remained resilient, amid the time of Covid-19.

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Pharmaceutical firms are committed to a “science first” approach in the development of COVID-19 vaccines even as the pressure piles on amid a global race to end the pandemic, said a representative from an industry body in Singapore.


Apple Inc. and the government of Singapore have partnered on a two-year health initiative dubbed LumiHealth, which is built around tracking and rewarding user behavior through the Apple Watch gadget and an iPhone app.


Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is in talks to invest $3 billion in Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant Grab Holdings Inc., according to people familiar with the matter.


La  53^ riunione dei Ministri degli Esteri dei Paesi Membri dell’ASEAN (Associazione delle Nazioni del Sud-est Asiatico) ha approvato oggi la candidatura dell’Italia a Partner di Sviluppo dell’Associazione.


ICCS is glad to promote the 2020 World Congress on Publich Health organized by ICCS member Triumph World Group in collaboration with World Federation of Public Health Associations, European Public Health Association and Italian Society of Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Public Health (SItI)”

ICCS Financial Committee Meeting


Singapore is building one of the world's largest floating solar farms. The plant by PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency and Sembcorp Industries is expected to offset about 32 kilotonnes of carbon emissions annually, equivalent to taking some 7,000 cars off Singapore's roads.

Tapping on smart technologies and sustainable features such as more durable double-glass panels, the solar farm ...


Stocks in Singapore appear to be the best-placed in Asia Pacific to benefit from a potential cyclical recovery and success in finding a cure for the coronavirus, analysts say.


Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group and budget carrier Jetstar Asia will be flying to more destinations and at a slightly increased frequency as the gradual recovery of the carriers continues.